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megimoo
10-01-2009, 09:51 AM
Dick Morris Says the Influence of the Far-Left in the White House is "Great and Growing" - Video

"These People are for Shutting Down the Afghanistan Operations and forcing General Mc Chrystal to resign! Richard C. Holbrooke,A well known Democrat and Political Operative for Clinton,Carter and Mondale and Obama’s special representative to Afghanistan and Pakistan and a member of Obama's 'Far Left War Council 'is gathering ammunition to force a shutdown just like they tried to do in Iraq before the surge won the day .They are still fighting their Massive case of BDS ! "

Over the past two days, Holbrooke visited all four regional military command centers in Afghanistan, and the message from all four followed similar lines: While the additional American troops, along with smaller increases from other NATO members, have had some benefit in the south, the numbers remain below what commanders say they need."

Here is video of Dick Morris talking to Bill O'Reilly last night, where he said the influence of the Far-Left in the White House is "great and growing."

Morris called the influence of the radical left a "progressive disease" that gets increasingly worse.

http://www.freedomslighthouse.com/2009/10/dick-morris-tells-oreilly-influence-of.html
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He said Obama is falling prey to the temptation to control things with his own party as his support among the center dwindles. Morris said what Obama is doing is very similar to what Clinton did in his first two years, which resulted in a disaster for Democrats in the 1994 midterm election.
Morris said what Obama is doing is very similar to what Clinton did in his first two years, which resulted in a disaster for Democrats in the 1994 midterm election. Only then did Bill Clinton move back toward the center.
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NOTE: I think the difference here is that Barack Obama is himself a creature of the radical left. He is a leftist and is now governing as the person he truly is. That will make it much harder for him to move to the center and make it believable.

http://www.freedomslighthouse.com/2009/10/dick-morris-tells-oreilly-influence-of.html

noonwitch
10-01-2009, 01:29 PM
The majority of americans wanted the war in Iraq to end-that's one of the major reasons Obama won the election. I don't think this is an indication of the far left's influence over Obama. The 52% who voted for him consisted of more than just the far left.

Moderates have far more complicated feelings about ending the war in Afganistan.

THE RESISTANCE
10-01-2009, 05:02 PM
IT IS NOT WHO GOT VOTED IN.... OBAMA!

It is those that control the the government that weren't voted in that is the problem.
They also control the puppet...Obama.

They are nothing more or less than socialist/communist.

These hynotised by the Mad Marx philosophy have no right or title to this nation for it was built on individual rights of life, liberty, and property.

They have waited a long time for a generational death of those that know truth to get where they are now and these dogs are not going to give up their bone easily.

It is time to John Galt this nation if you care by shutting it down!

What could they do? Not tax. No power! Burke said it best when he said that you cannot indict a whole people.

Jfor
10-02-2009, 11:28 AM
The majority of americans wanted the war in Iraq to end-that's one of the major reasons Obama won the election. I don't think this is an indication of the far left's influence over Obama. The 52% who voted for him consisted of more than just the far left.

Moderates have far more complicated feelings about ending the war in Afganistan.

I disagree. The majority of Americans wanted to win the war in Iraq. Not tuck tail and run. It is absolutely an indication of the far left's influence over Obama. Everything he is tryng to accomplish is EVERYTHING the moonbats want.

noonwitch
10-02-2009, 12:21 PM
I disagree. The majority of Americans wanted to win the war in Iraq. Not tuck tail and run. It is absolutely an indication of the far left's influence over Obama. Everything he is tryng to accomplish is EVERYTHING the moonbats want.



Yeah, in 2004, the majority of americans wanted to win the war in Iraq. By 2008, that had obviously changed or McCain would have won.